"The Fight for Survival"; Zelik Asher Karpman memoir
One memoir, 129 pages, which relates the life of Zelik Asher Karpman, born in Biajkow, Poland. He and his family were sent to the Bialobjeg ghetto in 1941. By the summer of 1941, Zelik was the only member of his immediate family who had not been either killed or deported to a work camp. He managed to escape his forced labor within the ghetto and survived the war in various hiding places in Poland. The memoir is written in the format of an oral history.
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